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Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
VOL. XXIII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1915. No. 21.
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George Kleine Presents
THE MASTER OF MASTERPIECES
IN 8 PARTS
From The Novel By Henry Sieakiewic
Monday Night Oct. 4. Admission 5 and IO cts
The Greatest Motion Picture Film Ever Made
IdCAL PEOPLEi TO TAKE PART
IN ENTEIT \IINMENT.
Many of our well k,tiwn Algerians
will take a promi'nent palrt in the en
.tanflament that wi!l be given by the
Jiat Entertainers of thie Order of
atrn Star on )c t. 2. from 2-10
. a. at Spanish Fort. This is the
rgt of a series of affairs planned for
tg coming winter 1i, this fraternal
.upafsation. Ganm,, racing, danc
ag are among the many attractive
altaues of the day. The regular
oMSsieons at Spanish Fort will be
Scharge of the members of the four
Smal chapters of the Order of East
en Star-Rob Morris. Miriam. Sts.
Jsha sad Star of the East. Mr. C. X.
'llarick has been chosen general
.esrmaa; this selection means sue
" ta the undertaking.
The many handsome prizes that
- _already beem dtonated will be on
ilsh this week in a shcw window
a Caal street store. Besides these,
1ue will be a valuable entrance
As interestir.g program has been
one that will entertain the
Sad the old. The readers of
Hiurald an.d the general public
ardlally ini.ted to participate
i s la occasion
!!s follk wicg are the serving com
'Mmj.Amment-C. X. Frederick,
ehairman; Mrs. A. Cline, Mrs.
igis, C. Wagner.
eIr-Paul Hailer, chairman;
t-Mrs. C. X. Freder
Geo. Wagner, chairmen; Mrs.
Martzweiller, Mrs. B. Rosen
Mrn. J. B. Babin, Mrs. Harte,
O Bland, Mrs. Lovett, Mrs. A.
esss--Mrs. I. Frober, Mrs.
SSam, Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs.
w oia, Miss Mae Morales, Mrs.
pIlUs, Mrs. C. J. Green, Mrs. V.
IMrs. T. Reagan, Mrs. Buck
Mrs. Grundy., Mrs. E. Rel
Wonderland-Mrs. L. Good
-SOME OF OUR
.1 the Ohio.
12.9-i c -
Rill Alll IEIEOLEIT t
I, AEDy, se. Sec.,
WORLD'S MARKET PLACE
T lett and Mrs. A. Sperier, chairmen;
Mrs. Geo. Eyrick, Mrs. T. Ory, Miss
is M. Long, Messrs. J. Long. J. Norris.
J. W. White. R. Palmer. M. Marks.
1e Grab Bag--Mrs. S. Sutherland and
i Mrs. ('ora Steeg, chairmen; Mrs. H.
O anderlinden, Mrs. II. Thorning. Mrs.
11H. Biechler. Mrs. A. Stansbury.
ýr Tag--Mrs. P. A. Balmer. Mrs. B. I.
rl Isaacs, chairmen.
ý- Prize - Mrs Chas. Friederick,
e chairman; Mrs. Florence Amuedo,
SMrs. Pearl Berger, Mrs. A. ('line.
e Game---Mrs. A. Burgis, chairman;
r Misses A. Rebentisch. L. Frank, A.
- Ugland, Messrs. A. ('line, Jno. Cieu-I
('andy-('ommittee A: A. Sperier,
cI chairman, Mrs. Pearl Burger. Com
mittee B: Mrs. Ruth Weingrun,
chairman; Mrs. Rose Garland, Mr.
,t Geo. Kaul.
n Ferris Wheel - Mrs. Gertrude
Schenck, chairman; Miss E. Rena
den, Mr. E. Melkel, Miss Anita Jacob.
e Doll-Mrs. Sophie Wagner, chair
man; Mrs. J. T. Kennedy, Mrs. O.
('hambers, Mrs. Geo. Moffett.
e Flying Horses-Mrs. Julia Cline,
f Mr. J. T. Kennedy, chairmen; Mrs.
c R. Walters, Mrs. F. D. Jarrell, Mrs.
e S. J. Young, Mrs. L. Owens, Mrs. J.
Norris, Miss Rose Vanderlinden, Miss
- V. Roses, Miss P. Lescale, S. J.
Young, Geo. Eyrich, T. Ory, Norman
Figure Eight--Geo. Stubbs, chair
man; Mrs. Florence Amuedo.
Tea-Miss Panola Fitzsimmons,
chairman; Misses Ruth Renaudin,
Cordelia Owens, Gladys Parmelee, M.
Maultry, A. Burgis.
Police-Jos. Darsam, chairman;
Mrs. H. Herbert, Mrs. M. Green, Mrs.
M. Baiter, Mrs. J. Darsam, Mrs. M.
Trepagnier, Mrs. L. Waite, Miss H.
Feitel, Miss G. Katz, Mrs. V. Huck
ins, Mrs. E. Schaeffer, Mrs. E. Cor
bett, Mrs. M. Lucas, Mrs. N. Gelbke,
Mrs. M. Davilla, Mrs. A. Hugo, Miss
NEW POSITIONS AT NAVAL STA
1. For the convenience of mechan
ics and helpers of New Orleans and
vicinity. I should be grateful if you
would include as a news item in your
paper the fact that examinations un
der the usual conditions will be held
at this Naval Station beginning Oc
tober 11, 1915, for employes in the
various trades and occupations car
ried on the wage schedule of the sta
2. A shortage exists at the present
time in the following trades and oc
T r a d e s -Boilermaker, calker,
wood, chipper and calker, iron, cop
persmith, driller, electrician, fur
naceman, shipflitters, shipwrights.
Occupation: Helper, boilermaker,
molder, painter, shipftter.
3. Applications should be filed not p
later than October 4, In order to en
able all of the applicants' papers to
4. Necessary applications will be
obtained either from the Labor
Board. U. S. Naval Station, New Or
leans, La., or from the Secretary of
the Tenth Civil Service District,
Room 330 Custom House, New Or
Very truly yours,
H. T. WRIGHT,
Naval Constructor, U. S. N.
j AN THERWISE
Owen Walters has been the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Greenwood of
Mrs. Frank Galvin has returned
home after a pleasant stay in lious
Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Sieward are re
ceiving congratulations on the arrival
of a fine ten pound boy at their
home last Monday.
('apt. and Mrs. Harry McNeely re
turned last week from Abita Springs,
where they spent a few seeks the
guests of ('apt, and Mrs. C. J. Mott.
Miss Lucy Gerald of Birmingham,
Ala., was a visitor to Mrs. II. T. Ma
lone last week. Miss Gerald was
; en route to Houston, Tex.
s ('apt. and Mrs. ('has. Zatarain left
Saturday for Washington. I). C.
Mayor Behrman returned Saturday
Id from Nashville, where he attended
the Jackson Highway ('onvention.
At a meeting of the Union Brew
ing ('ompany. Philip Foto was re
' elected secretary-treasurer and Hy.
I)ihlman a member of the board of
John Hlotz and Edw. G. Germann
were visitors to E. ii. Vezien on Fri
The joint picnic given Saturday
- night at Suburban Park by the lodges
1206 and 37, of the International
r, Brotherhood of Boilermakers and
Iron Ship Builders and Helpers of
America, was a decided success. Vic
r Fisher's American Federation of Mu
sic Band furnished the music. The
e committee in charge was J. Koenig
and W. J. Smith as chairmen, assist
ed by the following: A. R. Reeb, J.
Donewar, C. Kenney, W. Fernandez,
R. Ritter, A. McGowan, J. Daly, H.
Heath and A. Hutson.
Rev. W. H. Leith left Monday
night for Hot Springs, Ark., to attend
the annual convention of the Presby
. terian maisters of the country,
which opened Tuesday and closes
Friday evening. Rev. Leith made a
n talk on conditions in Louisiana.
The Friday Night Euchre Club
met last week at the home of Miss
Hattie Talbot. The souvenirs were
won by Mrs. O. Aycock, Mrs. A. Graf,
Mrs. J. Worley and Mrs. L. Tufts.
The consolation was received by Mrs.
Geo. Talbot. The next meeting of
the club will be held at the home of
Mrs. Geo. Talbot.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Verret and
O'Neil Reuter were week-en I visitors
to Bogalusa. La., the guests of ex
Governor J. Y. Sanders and wife.
Misses Lulu Harper and Bertha
Heindel, after spending their vaca
tion of two months at Genesee, La.,
will return home shortly.
Alfred Christy is spending the fall '
and winter in Washington, D. C.,
with his brother-in-law and sister,
I Mr. and Mrs. W. Bancroft Weaver.
Miss Gladys Short has returned
from Abita Springs, where she spent
awhile with her sister, Mrs. C. O.
Senator W. T. Christy returned
last week from San Francisco, where
he visited the big fair. Senator
Christy left Sunday for Houston,
Tex., on a business trip.
A barn dance will be given to
night at St. Mary's Hall for the ben
efit of Chif, under the auspices of a
committee of Algiers women, headedI
by Mrs. J. W. Morrison. The event
will be in aid of the Irish exhibit, in
which Father Larkin and other prom
inent Hibernians of Alglers are deep
ly interested. An enjoyable event is
Mr. and Mrs. Al K. Goebel, who
have been residing in Washington,
D. C., for the past two years, will re
turn here Saturday to reside. They
will take up their residence in Dela
Miss Annie Louise McNeely, of
Covington, La.. is the guest of Miss
Erminie Hopper. Miss McNeely has
resumed her studies at Newcomb Col
Miss Ora Williams, accompanied by
her niece, Miss Irma Brunner, left for
her home in Beaumont, Tex., after
spending three months with relatives
here. Miss Brunner will remain
about two months as the guest of her
Misses Leona Hauer and Helen
Fruights, of our town, and Misses W.
McDonald and H. A. Newman spent
Sunday with Miss Eilyeen O'Brien, of
Mrs. O'Brien and family, formerly
of Pacific Avenue, have removed to
McComb City to reside.
The many frlepds of Mrs. Joseph
Healey will regfet to learn of her ill
ness and wish her a speedy recovery.
The stork visited the home of Mrs.
J. Vital on Tuesday and left a fine
twelve-pound baby girl.
Mrs. I. J. Allen, of Delaronde
Street, entertained at a euchre last
Fr.day night. The successful players
were Mrs. Allen, Miss Alva Salathe
and Mrs. Rodrigues, Messrs. Gaus
Rantz and Richard Allen. All present
had a most enjoyable time.
Miss Ala Quirn. who wau serlo
ly burnt b eaoite severn weeks ago,
was tabn to the Ourit elStal
?meaor woues Hor m im blme
TRAVELS BY QUALITY ROAD
Its Companions Are Reliability,
Purity, Full Weight, Fair Prices,
TRAVEL THIS ROUTE
Only the other day one of theru
"I can pin nmy faith to SOLARI'S.
They don't sidestep tmy questions.
or tell mile this is just as good.
when I want that. .lust unhesitat
int plain dealing ever, day in the
year. That's SO()R.\I'S.
wish her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. H. .1. Allen and son. Richard,
spent Sunday at Hay St. Louis.
Mrs. Leonard Perez. of Coffeyville,
Kans., is the guest of her parents,
('apt. and Mrs. H. P. McNeely.
The many friends of Mrs. John
Finley will regret to learn that she
had the misfortune to fall from the
rear porch of her residence in Pell
can Avenue Monday afternoon and
break her arm. Dr. Babin attended
Mrs. Jas. Lecourt, of Detroit, Mich..
presented her husband with an eleven
pound boy Sunday. Mr. Lecourt was
formerly of our town.
John Ramos had his right foot am
putated at the Charity Hospital Mon
day. His friends hope to see him im
prove and be home shortly.
Our subscribers will have to excuse
any delay in the paper, this owing to
the terrible storm which did so much
damage here yesterday. As we go to
press it is impossible to give an ac
count of the losses caused. but in our
next issue we will endeavor to cover
.AIGIERS BOY TAKES MARIST
Life ambition of J. Howe, has beet
realized when, with 15 others, he
took first vows at the Marist novitiate
in St. Mary's Manor, Langhorne, Pa.,
)n the Feast of the Navivity of the
Three besides Howe are Southern
ers, H. Hays, J. Diehl and W. Hanlon
)f Atlanta, were with him in their ex
Imination in St. Mary's Manor.
"He was a very studious pupil,"
leclared Father Cassagne of St. Mary
Holy Name Church, in Algiers, "and
is energy in book matters was re
Howe attended the public and pa
ochial schools in Algiers, before re
ruming his studies for the priesthood
it St. Mary's Seminary. He has
een in the East studying for the
tast nine years. He formerly resid
ud corner Pacific Avenue and Pelican
le was a stepson of Wm. McCarty.
Otto J. Lauterbach
Engraver and Manufacturer
Belt Buckles. Priendship Links,
Stick Pins, High-C('lass Purse Mono
grams and Automobile Monograms.
130 Exchange Place
Rear Office Ground Floor
German Coffee Cake
Ice Cream, Ice Cream
Candiue, Bread, Milk
TlIN TEEN FM St E AM II
U i um. IrinFF S a.
amU ma MmmHi UI
Mrs. F. Goebhl
K1 *m LW P
.Pl'P'lEI'I.ITION OF THEIR
j SI'.I,II,II S('I(H)I,.
The large number of pupils en
rolled on the opening of school
showed the favorable regard in whibch
this excellent school is held by the
intelligent people of the district.
These pupils have been distributed
as follows: 8A, 27; SIl. 33: 7A. 1;
71. 44; 6A. 38; 60. 44; 5A. 23; 51.
32; 41. 22; 411. 43; 3A. 1S; 311. 21; I
2A. 5°,; 2B. 13; IA, 26; 10. 17; Kn.I
girls. 40; Kn. boys. 25; total. 32.
Arithmetic will be taught in de
partmental grades by Misses I)Duvi
and Shook. Grammar by Miss Kop
pel. History and Civies, by Miss Sei
ler. Geography by Miss Averill. The
sewing, artwork and formal drawing.
by Miss Ella M. Rees. Mr. Moss will
supervise the athletics, Miss l)elloa
Ie Blanc drawing, and Miss Knight
the advanced sewing.
Miss Stenhouse has 5th grade A
and B; Miss Skiffington, 58 and 4A;
Mrs. I)aniels the 411; Miss Emma
Rees the two 3rds; Miss Rhodes, the
2nd grades; Miss O'('Connor, the 28
and 1st A; Miss Brookes, 1st B.
Misses Pettigrove. Giblin and Sprich
are in charge of the Kindergarten.
Belleville is very proud of and re
joices with one of her daughters,
Miss ('ora Shields. who by her indus
try, perseverance and tine mind has
won this year's Newcomb scholarship.
NOTES FKOM THE .1lHllAMBRIA.
The Hloly Name Gymnastic Club
hall was the scene of great excite
ment on last Friday night, the cause
being a very interesting game of in
door baseball played between the
Behrman gymnasium club and the
The game was one of the best ever
played on this side of the river, al
though the Behrman boys were the
victors. Pitcher Arnos of the Al
hambra pitched a no-hit game, and
the two runs scored by the visitors
were made through error on the part
of locals. Pitcher Solonas of the
Behrmans gave up about 8 hits dur
ing the game and the locals were
unable to get further than the third
sack, try as they did. The final score
after nine hard fought ninnings was
2 to 0 in favor of the visitors.
After the game the boys had a very
enjoyable evening at the Alhambra,
where a few of the champion divers
and swimmers performed in the
large swimming pool. Renaudon, the
junior champion fancy diver of New
Orleans, went through his work like
a real Annette Kellerman, while
James Tufts of the local club was
right at Renaudon's heels in almost
every dive made.
The Behrman boys had over with
them their "Piano Man" and what
it takes to play piano he just hap
pens to have. It was nearing the
midnight hour when the visitors de
cided to proceed towards the ferry.
All voted that Algiers was a great
place and they hoped to make an
other trip to this side in the near
WILL BECOME AN M. D.
Her many friends will be pleased
to know that Miss Aldea Maher, the
'ecomplished daughter of Judge and
Mrs. Thos. F. Maher, has matricu
lated- at Tulane Medical College,
where she will study medicine.
Miss Maher will be remembered
as having graduated with high hon
rs from the High School and also
rrom Newtomb College; she also took
a special course in chemistry and has
o her credit as the result of her hard
.ork several degrees. In entering
the Medical School Miss Maher hasI
to her credit the foundation of an
Excellent education and this, together
with the study of medicine will fit
bar most perfectly to pursue that
We wish Miss Maher marked suc
ness in her new work.
J. Heltmeler, R. Kennedy, J. Slrey
and A. Schmidt of Belleville street,
made a trip to Lake Catherine Mon
day. They expect to be gone for a
couple of days and to make a fine
catch. Mr. Schmidt has a new patent
bait and with this as an asset the
fishermen will undoubtedly make a
record breaking catch.
On their return Thursday, F. Lea
tham will take them for a pleasure
trip on his yacht to Grand Isle and
will spend several weeks.
ANOTHER JITNEY ACCIDENT.
An automobile belonging to H.
Harding and driven by John Bommer,
ran into the rear of an automobile
belonging to George Perkins in the
vicinlty of the Newton street via
duct near Wagner street; the aci
dent occurred on Sunday night. Both
vehicles were going in the same di
rection and Bommer In trying to
pam Perkins engaged the rear wheel
of Perklins' machiae, which maet it
late the lteh. Both machtaes were
damaed to the esnbt of about twel
t-av dallr emh
i... ... leage a d. other. i,, aho a ,
iug in th, i.tl ort to niak, the .Alier
loth at the ('hit ine,\t "aeek a big sati
oss h ld all t elllnusia; th Ic l 'tilng
Moiola g nigiht. at i hi, h hi lIIy satin
factory reports w',ere Iau,e by t lite
varioul s llli-ci.tniitte,- There are
to le at least 7; \woiien a'.i-tintr ig at
the Algiers booth during the big fair.
lie lilInul,er to blI divided iutl s.lal
for servic, on, tlhe dift erntl t night.
The cotnriitti..t aljoutrneil to Fl'rida%
n ight, wlheni tinail ,etails t ill Ie cont
.A inumber of .pleutlidl lioatiois
lua. e. i r' i.l. , uili i among w hich are
thie ufollo lig Ilarri. l.* r ('reaii
oiupaul . all I l, ieC t reali at ll iand tke
need'ed at the iooth tlhrouglholut thet
fair; Ulnion Dental Parlor.,. set ll
teeth: Godchaux. pair of s.hoe.;
I:tlzardl . $1| li me'rchliai ise order,
Ja Levy,. boy's uit: IL.eoiuard Krow
r. $ g" l gol-lieade, uminibrella; M.laes
ri iFrniture Com I panyli refrigerator;
iDumtas Flurniture I'omtpany, wicker
jardiniere; hart Jewelry 'onmpany,
chinlia clock and ornameniits to nmatch;
M.ayor lIehrmian. bale of cotton;
Mlarks Isaac ('omupany. doll, dresed
as bride, 1). 11I. Holnes t'otupany,
chiifTorobe; Mc1('ormiick, pict ure franie
uitli photo of .Mayor lehirnlan; V.
.'idacovich. box of lenoins; W. J. Ver
lander. $.5: Southern Placific BHenevo
lent Association. $111; Ladies' Auxill
ary to Blrotherhood of Locoomotive
Firemen, $5 through Mrs. Meyer, of
M.Ielonoghville I ; Anlidrew Abascal, $5.
Younig Mels Social and Ilenevolent
Association $2'5; halcyon Lodge No.
i6. K. of P'., $5; t'rescent Lodge No.
3, $5; Virgina Lodge No. 136, $5.
At the Avenue Theatre Friday
OPEN AN ACCOUNT
With I. WEINER. The Algiers Furniture
Man. He gives you plenty of time
to pay for it.
AT CASH PRICES
137-141 Delaronde St. Phone Alg. 378
Charles E. Erath
JAMES OINART'S CELEBRATED MUSTARD,
Red Hot Creole Pepper Sauce, Redenapper Sauce
CREOLE KETCHUP, AMMONIA AND VINEGAR
All Labels Redeemed for United Mileage at Main Office 607 Whitney
1410 KERLEREC STREET HEMLOCK 9413
The Parcel Transfer Co., Ltd.
We deliver BAGGAGE to and from
Algiers to any Railroad or Steam
ship In New Orleans for
One Piece of Baggage and 25 Cents Each Additional Pleoooe
WE PAY THE FERRIAGE
734 Union Street Phones, Main 20 and 29t2
Light Preight Transferred at the Same Rates
A WORD IN SEASON
Its moving time, and why not get a new piano. We'll move it direct into your
new home-that's a saving of one big item of expense, to say nothing of the delights
and advantages of owning an Instrument backed by the Dugsl guarsatee. If not con
venient to pay outright, we'll accept 'y,ur old piano at a liberal allowance in part
Whatever your preference or price limit we have the very instrument to meet
your every requirement. Here and nowhere else in the city will you find such cele
brated makes as the MASON & HAMLIN Conever, Cable, Knglsbury, Wellagtaa,
CarolO laner-Players and Esphoes Player-Planos-standard instruments absolutely
guaranteed, priced strictly to quality; used pianlos $85 upwards.
Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET
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We know 6 for 25c
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,l u ISc ili, l,'r;datie l'itzpalricbk,
I , t ilr 1'ab rtr s, t ildu Short,
ti 'h , i. . t ll tr. .azelia t'a ,y, E Mrs.
4 /' k Tll'ea i itl rsl . K larick z. Miss
' h, "l l,' tl;i 1i llietti' MolffetIt. M( rs.
.1 f'a. uni. rl- I. Ii'rthaut. Mrs.
4; \\'il-,!. lamli,' ani Jennie Wi ' hit
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Nniiic i and ta ifee-Mrs. Seeger,
.Ir1 't'llinis., M11-,s .\ ima Martin,
I ithel antii li'r i, \\'iliiamn, Mrs. N.
'a ii pt.l! . liss .i\t.direy Martiiin, Mrs.
Iart', l I.s I: I 'hri.ty.
P1'11un111 ''able M rs A.. W. Short,
Ii . 1 M. Traub. I ai,. Kellp'. Stella
\bribiut. .lrs. Straflford., Mlrs. L. Lu
'a.. Mrs. . 4 irrel it, .llile Miuntz.,
1larcy John soi
I'andy Table Mrs. E. J. llotard,
11i.ss . lair.e Keenan.. IEdna ;ierretts.
Alima Tiufts. Irenie lBrooks. EllIa lo
tlard, Mrs. IL. Tufts, Mrs. J. L.eturt,
\lises Norma. Fireda aind lInez Weber
itita Lauman, Hilia ('Coyne, Emma
Suth.lerlandi. .Mrs. Aug. Schabel, Mrs.
Jack Schirer. Mrs. lucile Smith.
S'li4 ream Table--Mrs. t'has. Ab
lotti. Mrs. S. I'ovell, Misses Ethel
anid Fl'ractis I 'ovell, M. rs. Evelyn
Schafer. Mrs. Joseph Koenig, Misses
iEla Abbott, M. anid J. Stass.i, Miss L.
4I. liaidelin, Mrs. Sam Boylan. Mr.
4. i). Terreblonme soliciting for Algiers